Restaurant planned for former law office building




 downtown Greenwood law firm’s former building is on track to become a restaurant and new offices.

The Van Valer family sold their two-story historic law office building at Main Street and Madison Avenue this month for $200,000 to a company that redevelops office buildings and shopping centers. The buyer, Indianapolis-based Paradigm Real Estate Investments, is leasing the first floor of the building to a restaurant and is negotiating with other potential tenants about renting the upstairs.

The restaurant isn’t part of a chain, will employ 35 to 40 people and will use 4,500 square feet of the building. The restaurant, named Revery, will serve American food, such as Indiana cheese curds with sausage, hamburgers, house-cut fries with gravy and fresh seafood flown in from Chicago, chef and owner Mark Henrichs said.

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